There aren’t a lot of bands who can match the success of Bon Jovi, and that’s partly because they’ve managed to stay true to their core values throughout their career. While they’ve experimented with different styles and even written songs with dance-pop producer Max Martin, the ethos that has defined them throughout is still theirs.
They’re the consummate rock band, and their arena-filling shows have made them one of the best-selling acts of all time. Their instantly recognisable hits include “Livin’ On a Prayer,” and they’ve earned a place in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
The band’s latest tour is a 15-date run that will kick off in April 2022 and wrangle through a number of US cities. The tour will start at CHI Health Center in Omaha, Nebraska and end on April 30 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.
Tickets for the Bon Jovi tour are on sale now through SeatGeek. Search for the dates and venues that interest you, and then click on the ticket link to buy.
Jon Bon Jovi’s Vocals Have Been Ripped by Critics
If you’ve been following the recent reviews from Bon Jovi’s 2022 tour, you’ll have seen that frontman Jon Bon Jovi has been getting a lot of flack for his vocals. Some critics have referred to them as being “shockingly poor,” while others have said that Bon Jovi isn’t able to sing in tune or at all.
Despite the criticism, Bon Jovi hasn’t stopped performing on stage. He’s currently on a tour that is wrapping up, and he just released a video of him singing “Livin’ On a Prayer” with fans at the end of their show.
There’s no doubt that Jon Bon Jovi is one of the world’s most iconic rock stars, and it’s a shame that he’s had to endure such criticism from both fans and critics. However, he’s also done something about it in his own way.
On Monday, Bon Jovi shared a video on YouTube in which he addressed some of the issues that have been raised by fans. He cited his vocal problems as being caused by “exhaustion.”
The band has been on the road for years, but this is the longest tour that they’ve ever done. It’s also the first time that they’ve played a full arena tour in years.
In this short clip, he explains that his voice is going through some changes and that he’s not as technically skilled as he used to be. He also states that he isn’t a fan of “fake” singers and that it is important to him to have “real” voices in the band.
He then goes on to say that he’s trying to learn how to improve his vocals, but that he’s not sure when that will be. He adds that he’s taking it slow and taking it one step at a time.
In the meantime, if you’re interested in seeing Bon Jovi live, we recommend checking out our list of upcoming concerts to see if any of them are coming to your area. We’ll also let you know when Bon Jovi tickets go on sale, so you can plan ahead to catch the band at their next show!